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How To Make Iced Coffee: 20 Best Iced Coffee Recipes (The joys of coffee Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Interactive TOC- yay! Instructions for cold brewed coffee- yay! This is a big one. Cold brewed coffee tends to cut the acid, it's even recommended if you like coffee and suffer from heartburn you use the cold brew method then reheat the coffee.
Cold brew will give a smoother deeper taste to your coffee drinks.
Delicious recipes- yay. While I'm a lover of hot, black coffee and espresso, I also love decadent coffee drinks.
The iced Thai coffee, using the sweetened condensed milk, is spot on with what I've been served in restaurants. For Vietnamese iced coffee leave out the cloves and cinnamon.
Have fun with this book! Great for people who love coffee flavored drinks.

Two chubby thumbs up

says Beckygardens

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amazing

Better than paying for starbucks! I would recommend to any one who is an avid coffee drinker on a daily basis

says Jacob Osborne

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So that's how they make it
I love iced coffee. I buy it from McD's often, but they have a problem with adding too much cream, no matter what you tell them. This recipe book showed me how to make that great dark cold coffee at home. The recipe for cold brew coffee, I would never have thought that was how they make it. Yummy recipes, will keep making iced coffee at home and saving the 2 plus dollars to get one at McD's.
says Kathy Crowe

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LOVE Coffee, Solid Book
Solid group of coffee drinks. With cookbooks of any sort I always enjoy the clickable TOC and this book works great. All in all if you're a coffee fan and enjoy messing around with your drink of choice this should be a good move.

says S. Davis

Product Details

  • File Size: 216 KB
  • Print Length: 48 pages
  • Publisher: Jeen van der Meer (March 21, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 21, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007NKKKO6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #385,216 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

Growing up near a large coffee roasting plant as a child, I grew up to love the smell of delicious coffee. As an adult my passion for coffee as a beverage, cake or dessert never diminished. Always looking for the perfect recipe has been my goal.
Sharing the best recipes with my readers is the logical consequence in pursuit of that perfect dish.

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Interactive TOC- yay!

Instructions for cold brewed coffee- yay! This is a big one. Cold brewed coffee tends to cut the acid, it's even recommended if you like coffee and suffer from heartburn you use the cold brew method then reheat the coffee. Cold brew will give a smoother deeper taste to your coffee drinks.

Delicious recipes- yay. While I'm a lover of hot, black coffee and espresso, I also love decadent coffee drinks.

The iced Thai coffee, using the sweetened condensed milk, is spot on with what I've been served in restaurants. For Vietnamese iced coffee leave out the cloves and cinnamon.

Have fun with this book! Great for people who love coffee flavored drinks.

Two chubby thumbs up
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I live in a city where we have only one Dunkin' Donuts and iced coffee is not exactly their specialty. Yet I travel frequently to Rhode Island, where there is a DD on every corner. It was there I got totally addicted to iced coffee. Then I came home and went into withdrawals. I don't like Starbucks as well, for some reason, so I tried to make my own. As I found out, you don't brew a cup of coffee and add ice to it.

Now I know how to get that Dunkin' Donuts (or Starbucks, if you like) drink in the comfort of my own kitchen! The recipes work, and although I got this book on a free download, it is WELL worth one cup of coffee. Highly recommended for iced coffee addicts !
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I'm not a huge coffee drinker but I enjoy a daily cup or two. However, living in the South where the weather from late spring thru mid fall can be fairly warm with the summers stifling and muggy, that steaming cup of joe isn't always the way to go. Enter iced coffee which gives one that satisfying caffeine fix with a refreshing cool-down. And even more so than hot coffee this is like dessert, hence the appreciation of a wide variety of flavors. I so plan on using every last one of these recipes over the warm months! Two snaps up in Z formation!
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When I first read this book, I was skeptical. I'd had iced coffee before at places like Starbucks, but I was uncertain that the complex process of cooling down hot coffee was something best left to the experts. However, after reading through this book several times, I came to realize that I, too, had the skills necessary to ice my own coffee. All it took was this book, some bravery, and a little bit of gusto, and before I knew it I had a nice, cool glass of coffee ready to drink. Now, be warned that you'll need to practice this book's methods several times in a safe environment away from anything that can easily catch fire. Have no doubt, you WILL singe your eyebrows off, so wear protective face wear (like a welder's mask or similar). Also, keep the kids away while you're at it, at the very least so they don't get hurt, but also so they don't learn the secret magic you're applying to your coffee.

All in all, this is a surprisingly good guide that changed my life forever. No longer will I have to choke down hot coffee on a hot day, or pay a premium at a local coffee shop for colder coffee. Now, I can simply make my own iced coffee at home like the pros do. I'm actually thinking of opening up a coffee shop because of this book. Cross your fingers for me!
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This really gives a good explanation for making iced coffee drinks. Who knew it's not just brewed coffee with ice? Great drink ideas. I have a few for the holidays now.
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You go to Starbucks 300 days a year. Assuming you buy only one a day, excluding sales tax, you will spend between $1,125 and $1,400 annually. After spending $30 of my own money for coffee I realized this was an expensive vice even for an infrequent imbiber. I found this book and on those rare occasions in which I want sugar and caffeine, I know where to turn. No, recipes will not give you instant gratification and no, the coffee will not just make itself, but at least you won't be indirectly supporting the misguided musical endeavors of a deluded barista.

Attention cheapskates: do not present your significant other with iced coffee in a plastic cup with no whip cream. Make it pretty to give them the impression you have specially catered it to their tastes (which very well may be the case). If the coffees made at Starbucks were better than the ones I could whip up here I'd be happy to buy them on occasion, but the recipes in this book, and the fact you can tailor them to your preferences, makes it better than most anything you'll find in a coffeehouse, including those fashionable retreats in which unkempt patrons rail against Starbucks and the bourgeois.

Leave Starbucks to the poseurs and the yuppies; leave the other places to the hippies. Blaze your own trail.
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I'm glad I got this! We love iced coffee in the winter & I never thought of some of these. You can slightly alter them to make frapes too...
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Great book, very informative and set up really well. Book offers great reading material and keeps the reader interested in the topic.
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